Coal Pulverizer Machine in Malaysia

Malaysia has a small coal mining sector operating from Bintulu, Merit-Pila, Silantek, and Tutoh in the state of Sarawak. Sabah is one of 13 states in the federation of Malaysia, and is located at the northern part of Borneo island.


Coal Mining in Malaysia

Total estimated coal resources stand at just more than 1 000 Mt. These coal resources are considered as strategic in terms of Malaysia’s power requirements. Malaysia actively promotes coal as a fuel of choice for power generation in order to free up more of its natural gas for export. According to the 2008 BP Statistical Energy Survey, Malaysia had 2007 coal consumption of 6.93 million tonnes oil equivalent.

Coal Pulverizer Machine in Malaysia

The coal pulverizer or grinding mill is a mechanical machine for the grinding of many different types of materials. For example, they are used to pulverize coal for combustion in the steam-generating furnaces of fossil fuel power plants. Coal pulverizer machines may be classified by speed, such as low speed, medium speed, high speed.

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Ball Mill

The coal grinding ball mill is a pulverizer that consists of a horizontal rotating cylinder, up to three diameters in length, containing a charge of tumbling or cascading steel balls, pebbles, or rods. This type of mill consists of a rotating tube filled with cast alloy balls. Coal is introduced through two hollow trunnions on each side of the tube. As the tube rotates, the balls tumble onto the coal, crushing and pulverizing it.

Vertical Roller Mill

This mill uses hydraulically loaded vertical rollers resembling large tires to pulverize raw coal fed down onto a rotating table. As the table rotates, the raw coal is pulverized as it passes underneath the rollers. Hot air forced through the bottom of the pulverizing chamber removes unwanted moisture and transports the pulverized coal dust up through the top of the pulverizer and out the exhaust pipes directly to the burner. The more recent coal pulverizer designs are vertical roller mills.